Another amazing series of boards from Familia, this time collaborating with the artist S.Galyle Stevens.
"In 2015 pesticides and loss of habitat are endangering our pollinators and our bird population once again. This concern is the inspiration for this science-based work from 2014-2015. The mammoth wet plate tintype photograms in Disappearance represent thousands of dead honeybees. The photogram silhouettes are shadows of bees that once lived, and the large plates show the enormity of the issue, Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). The purpose is to create greater awareness of the problem. Whenever possible, Gayle works with local apiarists, having them speak on CCD and the importance of our pollinators".
Available in 8.125" and 8.25".
Price includes a length of Jessup grip.